chicago, so far away from where this storm came on shore. gotta show you these temperatures right now, greta. a very cool night. we still have over 6,500,000 homes without power, and those are homes, multiple people living in homes. there's probably 12 to 15 million people tonight who don't have power and that extends all the way back towards areas of indiana and a very cold night in store for them. if you don't have any power, you need to do whatever you can, certainly get lots of blankets. take a look at what happens over the next few days. cleveland, you stay into the 40s. overnight lows into the low 40s. philadelphia, into the upper 40s, mid 50s. burling, vermont, that's kind of the warm spot there, and then down towards new york city, temps dropping a little bit the next few days, so very cool temps coming in behind this. greta, just think about this. if you're out there trying to clear through the water and clean up all of your mess and your temperatures are only into the 40s and 50s, that's a very, very cold thing for people to go through. greta?